- Ike Davis and the Malfunctioning Parachute
didn't. He hit four over a handful of weeks. But then, after going deep on April 25, he didn't go deep again until the beginning of June. On June 2, Davis took Kevin Slowey deep to center in Miami, and Ron
- Historic Season for Rajai Davis
Rajai Davis was enjoying mixed results this season as the Blue Jays' center fielder before he endured a season-ending hamstring injury. He didn't hit for average (0.238) or hit home runs (1), but he
- Mark Sappington Moves To The Pen, Throws Harder
and tried him as a starter. This year, that experiment appeared to end and, as Ron reports below, they're simplifying things to hopefully fast-track him as a late-inning arm. His delivery is higher effort
- 6'7" Prep Lefty Justin Hooper Flashes Potential
- Dodgers Righty Chris Anderson Flashes Big Stuff
- Rafael De Paula Shows Big League Potential
- Astros' Vincent Velasquez Flashes Mid-Rotation Upside
- Is Julio Urias Ready For The Big Leagues?
- New Padre Elliot Morris Flashes Power Stuff
- Dodgers' Lefty Tom Windle Shows Power Stuff
- James Baldwin Has Huge Upside, Huge Holes
- Rio Ruiz Keeps Raking, but Scouts Still Have Reservations
- Early 2015 MLB Draft Notes
- B.J. Upton, Chris Davis and Breakouts
Chris Davis owners are experiencing an unexpected surprise this season. Instead of a possible corner infield or injury replacement, they have one of the top players in the league for pennies
- Khris Davis Reveals His Secret
to handle either right field or first base. In that aforementioned interview, Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke labeled Davis “a left fielder, period.” Perhaps Milwaukee will revisit that stance and send him
- Rajai Davis & 80 Steals: Part One
Rickey Henderson is not one for conservative claims. Not during his playing career and certainly not now. Henderson, working as Oakland’s baserunning instructor, recently said that Rajai Davis could
- Khris Davis Is A Sneaky Risk-Reward Option In 2014
could offer 20+ home run power for cheap on draft day. He could even swipe double-digit bases if manager Ron Roenicke continues to be aggressive on the base paths, though that's not really Davis' strong
- Brewers Outfield: Do You Believe In Khrush Davis?
even swipe double-digit bases if manager Ron Roenicke continues to be aggressive on the base paths, though that’s not really Davis’ strong suit. With Braun, Ramirez and maybe even Hart coming back
- Hot GIF: Dancin' Ron Washington
The thing is, you can't even be mad at Ron Washington. It was 14-1. And, let's face it, Ron Washington can dance. Better than most. Actually, Ron Washington needs to dance. And what better way
- Ron Santo's Legacy
An old Irish toast to the departed: "To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die."
This seems written for a man like Ron Santo, who died last week at the age of 70. Cub fans cherished him
- Great Moments in Spectacles: Ron Kittle
The latest Great Moment in Spectacles comes to us via handsome NotGraphs reader Patrick D., who rightfully said, "Ron Kittle demands satisfaction."
If Bob Hamelin's Great Moment in Spectacles
- Ron Gardenhire Is Shaking His Head at That
Hey, Ron Gardenhire, your team is losing by 15 runs, a position player is on the mound, and your center fielder and shortstop just let a harmless fly ball drop between them. Is that Twins baseball
- Ron Paul: Six-Tool Superstar
Ron Paul has the range to play centerfield. (0:35)
He is “the best long-ball hitter on the [Republican] club, who has stroked a number of homeruns, not only in practice but during the course
- Arrieta and Davis
Jacob Arrieta and Wade Davis are both aged 24, right-handed, and rookie starting pitchers cutting their teeth in the frenzied American League East. Neither is recording the kind of whiffs their stuff
- Ron Washington Loves to [Bleeping] Bunt
to read, but the information is simplified with the addition of several "The Book Says" callouts that would be easy for any reader, say a manager, to find.
Ron Washington tells us to take those
- Actual Thing: Ron Gardenhire Day in Minnesota
Ron Gardenhire is decidedly pro-chips.
Jehovah's Witnesses of the Upper Midwest are collectively kicking themselves today after Tim Pawlenty -- Governor of the State of Minnesota -- declared today
- Must Watch Video: Washington, Ron Washington
-eight, weighs a fucking ton. There's more, of course, but you'll just have to watch the video
The Texas Rangers have a manager whose last name is also Washington. And now Ron Washington also has
- Ron Hunt Got Hit Like Nobody Else
however when it comes to plunkings though and for the same reason. Both Biggio and Baylor had large strikeout and walk totals to go with their painful free passes.
In contrast, consider Ron Hunt
- Chris Davis is Not on Steroids
@MichiganMagic1 No— Chris Davis (@ChrisDavis_19) June 30, 2013
When he's not quoting the Bible, Chris Davis takes time on Twitter to answer those who've been watching his incredible
- Does Ron Santo's Election Help Scott Rolen?
Today, Ron Santo finally got into the Hall of Fame. It's a long overdue honor, as Santo is clearly deserving of a spot in Cooperstown, and FanGraphs would like to congratulate the Golden Era
- Ron Gardenhire Nickname Generator Gets Put To Use
Brethren and sistren, behold! Today I bring you the latest Internet creation, which debuted and made its rounds just this week. This new innovation, my friends, is the Ron Gardenhire Nickname
- Khris Davis: Kind of Like Chris Davis
The Milwaukee Brewers’ outfield is home to a pair of highly sought outfielders in fantasy baseball leagues. Khris Davis, after a .279/.353/.596 showing in 153 plate appearances in 2013, was the clear
- Ron Roenicke and the Career Afterlives of Fired Managers
As the reader will likely already know, Ron Roenicke was relieved of his managerial duties with the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday. Nor was this development entirely surprising. After a successful first
- Chris Davis Is Hitting Everything
The Orioles scored 20 runs in their 2-1 series victory over the Rays this week. Chris Davis drove in 11 himself and scored four more. His .971 wOBA -- 7-for-11, three home runs, three doubles, a walk
- Q&A: Ron Fairly on Dodger vs. Giants
Ron Fairly was a better player than you probably realize. In 21 major-league seasons he hit .266/.360/.408, with 215 home runs, while spending the prime of his career in an extreme pitcher’s park
- Be Excited about Chris Davis
Power hitters playing in Texas are a fantasy player’s dream. Chris Davis certainly fits the bill.
Throughout his minor league career, all Davis has done is mash. Despite being young for his level
- A Fun Tidbit on Rajai Davis
According to Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet, the Tigers have agreed to terms on a two year contract with Rajai Davis. Davis will give the Tigers a little outfield depth and form a nifty little
- The Unexciting Rajai Davis
At a glance the 2014 season for Rajai Davis is mostly interchangeable with many of his previous years. He ranked as the 32nd best outfielder in Zach Sanders' End of Season rankings, a nice surprise
- Chris Davis Scouting Report
Baltimore's Chris Davis made his major-league pitching debut against Boston on Sunday, earning the win with two innings of scoreless work while striking out two, walking one, and allowing two hits
- Valuing Chris Davis in 2010
After an outstanding half season in 2008, Texas Rangers first baseman Chris Davis generated quite a bit of buzz leading into fantasy drafts in 2009. Davis hit .285/.331/.549 with 17 homers and 55 RBI
- Wade Davis' Lack of Whiffs
Heading into the 2010 season, Wade Davis looked poised to shoulder a full season's workload and join the Tampa Bay Rays' cavalcade of impressive young starting pitchers. Selected out of a Florida
- Wade Davis Debuts
out the side to start your major league career of course.
Wade Davis did just that yesterday against the Detroit Tigers. A (somewhat) local product, Davis’ jitters were likely intensified pitching
- Rays Extend Wade Davis
Following the blueprint they used to sign a pre-arbitration eligible James Shields prior to the 2008 season, the Tampa Bay Rays signed 25-year-old Wade Davis to a contract extension on the eve
- Ike Davis and the Missing HR
Anyone who regularly reads my work knows that Ike Davis has been a favorite of mine for years. More often than not, that love has proven to be misguided, leading me to spend money on a player who has
- The Tale of Tommy Davis
who chose to read on, consider Tommy Davis. He has more than a few things in common with Bay. Both are left fielders, stand around 6’2”, and weigh around 200 pounds. Davis even played with the Mets
- Ike Davis Looks to Connect
is simply noise.
Among players who had at least 300 PA in 2013 and 2014, two stood out as having the biggest contact rate improvements. Yasiel Puig and Ike Davis both had improvements of 7
- Wade Davis, Starting Pitcher
Davis will attempt to buck these trends and be useful next year.
C.J. Wilson lost three miles per hour off his fastball when he went to the starting rotation from the bullpen, but he had a decent
- Meet Chris Davis
Davis, newly promoted from Triple-A Oklahoma.
If there is one thing we know about Davis, it's that he can hit the baseball a long way. Between Bakersfield and Frisco last season, playing at age
- A League of Chris Davis' Own
, then, one has to be careful not to be too casual about drawing comparisons. There is no more flattering offensive comp, so few will ever exceed the threshold of acceptability. But Chris Davis
- The Jays Acquire Rajai Davis
of their outfield logjam by sending Rajai Davis to the Toronto Blue Jays for a pair of arms (with bodies attached!) named Trystan Magnuson and Daniel Farquhar.
The Jays get the only player in the deal
- Wade Davis, Dominant Reliever
, and Max Scherzer near the top. All three are in the top 15, but a surprising name owns the top spot on that leaderboard - Wade Davis.
Davis leads all pitchers with a 43.8% strikeout rate as he has
- Great Moments in Spectacles: Ron Kittle Bobblehead
- Doug Davis and the Milwaukee Rotation
on Wednesday as the Brewers picked up Doug Davis on a 1 year, 4.25M contract with a mutual option for 2011.
Davis is an underwhelming talent, but he's managed to get outs over his career. Despite
- Craig and Davis: Waiver Wire
leagues as a solid OF3 or bench option.
Chris Davis (ESPN: 27 percent owned; Yahoo!: 34 percent owned)
One of the question we’ve seen in a few different iterations in the Rotographs mailbag
- Chris Davis and His Pillars
Chris Davis was the bane of my fantasy teams for a couple of years. After breaking out in 2008 with 17 home runs in 80 games, he was my ace-in-the-hole of draft/auction day. The results were horrible
- Chris Davis, Swallowed By the Shift
heart sink. Chris Davis ranked 20th among first basemen and amazingly was outearned by the likes of teammate Steve Pearce and power-starved James Loney. This was not the follow-up we expected
- Davis & Montero: Waiver Wire
Let's take a look at a pair of two young AL East players that can provide a quick boost for your team down the stretch...
Wade Davis | SP | Rays | Ownership: 13% Yahoo!, 21.3% ESPN
- Viciedo and Davis: Waiver Wire
, but in leagues where strikeouts are a negative category or where OBP has replaced AVG, Viciedo should be rostered with care. The upside is real, but the cost to K or OBP is a virtual certainty.
- They're Too Strong for Clippers: The Ron Swanson Baseball Hall of Fame
is 70.5. We'll round down to 70. Which means that our inaugural Ron Swanson Baseball Hall of Fame class is as follows:
Old Hoss Radbourn, 94 votes
Ty Cobb, 89 votes
Nolan Ryan, 80 votes
- Q&A: Chili Davis
Whether he's offering a strong opinion or he's waxing philosophical, Chili Davis is always engaging. The former slugger can hold court on any number of subjects -- he was born in Jamaica and coached
- Eric Davis's Rather Large Firearm
and quite possibly in charge, that you see alongside Mr. Davis. The obvious one, I suppose, is that Mr. Davis's baseball-ing chops are so substantial, so prepossessing, so like a large gun
- The Ron Swanson Baseball Hall of Fame Official Election Results
It's that time again. The time where I get to write one last post about the Ron Swanson Baseball Hall of Fame and then am forced to think of new and original posts for this godforsaken website
- Where Chris Davis is Really Struggling
It's not so bad in the bigger picture. Since the start of last season, Chris Davis has been worth more than seven wins, equal on our pages to the contribution from Jayson Werth. That's not quite
- "The Public Is Stupid:" Voting For the Ron Swanson Baseball Hall of Fame
misuse it the first chance I’d get), and so I’m reduced to creating and maintaining a fictional Hall of Fame based on the teachings of fictional character Ron Swanson. This gives me some infinitesimally
- Wade Davis: The Best Case Scenario
In the wake of the Kansas City and Tampa Bay trade from Sunday night, many have speculated upon -- and Jeff Sullivan has considered with something not unlike aplomb -- how Wade Davis might perform
- Deciding Whether or Not to Trade Ike Davis
In a piece of news that would have seemed impossible at one time, there's scuttlebutt that New York Mets might be open to trading Ike Davis this offseason. A source told Adam Rubin of ESPNNY
- A Gerry Davis Game 1 Preview
in anticipation of the start of the World Series. For tonight's Game 1, the crew chief and guy behind the plate will be Gerry Davis. You might remember Gerry Davis for drawing some strike-zone criticism
- Sleeper: Rays Pitcher Wade Davis
With the Red Sox and Yankees recently adding big names to their respective rotations other guys like Wade Davis tend to slip under the radar. Davis doesn't have the name recognition of a John Lackey
- Ike Davis Sheds the Bust Label
When the season is over and people start producing Top Prospect rankings, Ike Davis will likely be in the middle of a top 100 list. That is not surprising for someone of his pedigree, a first-round
- Chris Davis, 2014: What Happened?
Unless the Baltimore Orioles advance to the World Series, the 2014 book is closed on their slugging first baseman, Chris Davis. After breaking out in a big way with a 53-home-run tour de force
- The Ron Swanson Baseball Hall of Fame, Part 2: "People are idiots, Leslie."
Almost two years ago, I made the mistake of empowering you, the reader, with the ability to create, from whole cloth, the Ron Swanson Hall of Fame, honoring the mustachioed dynamo equally skilled
- Don't Forget About Wade Davis... But...
Wade Davis was nabbed in the third round of the 2004 draft out of a Florida high school. The right-hander made 13 starts in his pro debut but was roughed up and had an ERA over 6.00 and allowed
- Chris Davis Suspended for Amphetamine Use
Dan Connelly of the Baltimore Sun broke the news, since confirmed by MLB:
Waiting on official word but hearing Chris Davis has tested pos for amphetamines. 25 game suspension— Dan Connolly
- Mortal Combat: Ron Washington's New, Injury-Proof Lineup
starters – landing on the disabled list, in the ICU and/or in a Tommie Copper commercial.
Earlier today, in response to this graphic demonstration of human frailty, Texas manager Ron Washington opened
- AL Sophomore Starters: Davis and Matusz
The American League Rookie of the Year award may have gone to Neftali Feliz last season, and deservedly so, but the two sophomores I'm looking most forward to following this season are Wade Davis
- Ike Davis: A Tale of Two Seasons
You'd be hard-pressed to find many guys listed on more "sleeper" lists last spring than Ike Davis. The 25 year-old Mets first baseman showed signs of breaking out in 2011, putting up an impressive
- Mining the Minors: Cozart, Davis, Mathieson
" becomes too much to stomach.
Chris Davis, 1B
Current Level: Triple-A
Opportunity Rating: 3
Talent Rating: 7
Obstacle(s): Mitch Moreland; Jon Daniels
It's tough to get
- 2012 Pod Projections: Ike Davis
as their keeper league fantasy owners. Ike Davis is certainly to be one of the primary beneficiaries of the change. With Prince Fielder and Albert Pujols' departure to the other league this off-season
- The Blue Jays' Version of Wade Davis
) is going to make all kinds of sense. It’s Wade Davis. Davis had an ERA of 1.00 and was worth 3.1 WAR in 72 innings after being something between unremarkable and bad in 135 innings of work in multiple roles
- The Daily Grind: Travis, Norris, Davis
On Behavioral Framing
Daily DFS - Travis, Flores, Owings
GB / FB Splits
Tomorrow's Targets - Norris, House, Canha, Davis
1. On Behavioral Framing
- FG on Fox: Crash Davis Was Wrong
"Relax, all right? Don't try to strike everybody out. Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic." -- Crash Davis, in 1988's classic baseball
- Q&A: Chris Davis, Quotable Quotes
I like to go outside the box from time to time, and that includes asking my interview subjects to give their interpretations of quotable quotes. I did so last year with Chris Davis -- then a Ranger
- A GIF and a Tune: Chris Davis and Lionel Richie
Jeff Sullivan over at the mother site took some time recently to examine the effortless home run swings of Chris Davis. Davis was at it again today, with such a breezy dong-piece, it deserves some
- Braves Provide Preview of How to Approach Ike Davis
This past Tuesday on MLB Network's Clubhouse Confidential, I predicted that Mets first basemen Ike Davis would be the breakout player in MLB this coming season. Yes, it was a bit of a homer pick
- Wade Davis: Starting to Relieving to Starting Again
of thought on the deal, though, there's one thing all opinions have in common: Wade Davis is kind of the forgotten guy. James Shields is the rotation ace the Royals were after. Wil Myers is maybe the top
- Ike Davis Can't Do Any Worse
NEW YORK -- Ike Davis, who recently claimed he "can't do any worse," did worse last night, as he went 0-6 with 9 strikeouts and 21 strikeout-assists, where he ran up to the plate and literally
- Chris Davis: Fantasy Value After Trade to Orioles
If you haven't seen new Orioles first baseman Chris Davis' stats at Triple-A this season, you might want to put down your morning coffee to avoid spillage before you read on.
But before we get
- Indians Bullpen: The Next Wade Davis?
- Ike Davis Is the Punchline to a Steven Wright Joke
Step One: Regard the following, embiggenable image of Mets first baseman and noted Member of the Tribe Ike Davis dressed a cowboy.
Step Two: Regard the following animated video of a Steven
- 2013 Fantasy Baseball MVP: Chris Davis
points in ESPN leagues. Chris Davis was the best, according to Zach Sanders' rankings from earlier today.
So, the notion of best isn't relevant when it comes to the Fantasy Baseball MVP. It truly
- Chris Davis Had a Hard Time Making Contact
On Sunday the Rangers sent Chris Davis down to AAA. After a good rookie season last year Davis' performance took a step back this year. His power is still there (23% HR/FB), but his already poor
- Where Might Chris Davis End Up?
With Opening Day nearing, Chris Davis is staring at the prospect of a fourth stint in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. Mitch Moreland is the favorite to win the Rangers' first base job. Mike Napoli
- Waiting for the Wheels to Fall Off Wade Davis
Until last night, Wade Davis hadn't recorded an out in the eighth inning this season. In a few games he's gone seven strong and probably could have come out for the eighth, but he's always been
- A GIF and a Tune: Rajai Davis and Chet Baker
In the second installment of A GIF and a Tune, we watch Rajai Davis float along to the smoother-than-velvet-underpants stylings of Chet Baker.
- Rajai Davis & 80 Steals: Part Two
Part one dissected the claim and found that Davis attempting enough steals to successfully swipe 80 was improbable due to a number of factors. In part two, let’s focus more on the analytical side. I
- Chris Davis's Oddly Historic Season So Far
A lot of ink (and pixels) have been spilled about Chris Davis' great season. It's hard to overstate just how great a .337/.432/.721 start through roughly one-third of the season is, especially
- What Is Up (Besides Your Frustration) With Ike Davis?
While Ike Davis may not have been the super-trendy sleeper this year like he was going into 2012, he was still marketed as a nice buy-low candidate after a rough opening two months last year masked
- Could Ike Davis Be Better than We Think?
Let's get all the Ike Davis caveats out of the way first.
He owes much of his .338/.421/.600 start to a blistering .397 batting average on balls in play. It's not reasonable to assume
- Andrew Miller, Wade Davis and the Battle of the Bullpen Aces
of that because that’s exactly what I already did. Here's the top 10:
Dellin Betances, Yankees, 3.5
Wade Davis, Royals, 3.4
Andrew Miller, Orioles 2.2
Kelvin Herrera, Royals, 2.1
- Could Chris Davis Match Roger Maris?
Chris Davis, with 37 home runs so far this season, has been generating a lot of buzz lately — both on the field and more recently with some comments he made during the All-Star break. When he
- Rajai Davis and Juan Pierre: Waiver Wire Speed
or not. Just as long as when they are on base, they've got a perpetual green light. That's all you need. Here are two that fit the bill.
Rajai Davis, TOR |OF| Ownership: ESPN - 42.8% Yahoo - 21.0
- Chris Davis: Legitimate Late Round Sleeper?
and given the fact that we're so far into the draft, the risk is minimal with a potentially enormous upside. Laugh if you will, but Baltimore's Chris Davis can make for an outstanding late round sleeper pick
- Rajai Davis & Quintin Berry: Cheap Speed on Wire
. Nothing left to see here. But if you're in an AL-only or mixed league, then these guys just might be able to help you out.
Rajai Davis, TOR |OF| Ownership: ESPN - 2.8% Yahoo - 4.0
- Davis Chasing Consecutive-Game Home Run History
On Tuesday evening, Orioles' first baseman Chris Davis launched a 445-foot home run to center field off Tampa Bay's James Shields to place himself in elite company. It marked his sixth-consecutive
- Breaking: Rajai Davis May Read NotGraphs
of actual Major League Baseball player Rajai Davis reading a post that your's truly made for the very site you are viewing at this moment. No more will NotGraphs be known as a holding cell for mediocrity
- Davis, Smoak, Drew, Garcia, Carrasco: DL Returnees
As usual on Mondays, I will look at a few players coming off the DL that are owned in less than 50% of ESPN's leagues.
Rajai Davis (hamstring, 37% owned): In Toronto, center fielders Colby Rasmus
- Rajai Davis & Chipper Jones: Waiver Wire
Let's kick off the week with an outfielder and an infielder...
Rajai Davis | OF | Blue Jays | Owned: 13% Yahoo! and 16.0% ESPN
This probably isn't the best time to suggest grabbing Davis
- Chris Davis and Normalized Home Run Rates
Chris Davis hit his 51st home run of the season last night. 20 years ago, that would have been a pretty big deal, but the years around the turn of the century reset the bar for newsworthy home run
- Chris Davis and David Murphy, in the [Pitching] Zone
For Chris Davis and David Murphy, “in the zone” doesn’t extend to the mound. Each has a successful pitching performance on his resume, but in neither case was there a feeling of being in command
- Ike Davis & Trevor Bauer: Waiver Wire
Two youngsters this week, one a corner bat off to a dreadful start and another a starting pitcher yet to throw a big league inning...
Ike Davis | 1B | Mets | Owned: 38% Yahoo! and 27.0% ESPN
- Ike Davis & the Culpability of the Mets Medical Staff
Nothing is set in stone, but Ike Davis has some torn cartilage and a bone bruise in his ankle that is not healing. He'll face some more tests and try to run in three weeks, but if he can't, he'll
- Potential ottoneu Value in Minors: Davis, Ackley, Chisenhall
them back for more seasoning in the minors. I expected Ike Davis, Dustin Ackley and Lonnie Chisenhall to play key roles on teams for me, and all have been major disappointments. But the season isn't
- Emilio Bonifacio and Khris Davis: Waiver Wire
is fairly moveable, as most are, then adding Bonifacio for the final month or so could be worth a few points.
Khris Davis, MIL |OF| Ownership: ESPN - 18.2% Yahoo - 7.0%
While he's certainly
- Waiver Wire Spot Starts: Ellis, Denorfia, Davis
of that is held up by BABIP which may mellow over the coming weeks -- but look for a good lefty match-up and run him out there with confidence.
Ike Davis might not be widely available in your
- Mike Zunino, or Chris Davis, the Catcher Version
Chris Davis, the 2014 bust, was obviously a massive disappointment to fantasy owners. But did you know that he was also a catcher, playing for the Seattle Mariners? Check out these two cherry-picked
- The Daily Grind: Bad Picks, Flores, House, Davis
A Disclaimer About Bad Picks
Daily DFS - Flores
Tomorrow's Targets - Bradley, House, Fowler, Davis
1. A Disclaimer About Bad Picks
Sometimes, a pick goes
- The Daily Grind: Heston, Heaney, Davis, DeShields
The Daily Grind Invitational
Daily DFS - Heston, O'Sullivan
Tomorrow's Targets - Heaney, Bettis, Lyons, Cooney, Davis, DeShields
1. The Daily Grind Invitational
In case you
- Rick Reilly on Chris Davis: An Entomologist Responds
Chris Davis's recent feats of strength haven't been achieved by the fairest of play.
Regarding Reilly's rhetorical liberties, the present author has little to say -- first of all, because
- Early Prospect Sleepers: Austin, Davis, Herrera, Lino
professional debut. Glynn Davis, an outfielder who signed as a free agent for $100,000 displayed tools worthy of a prospect with an additional zero at the end of his check stub. In fact, his tools rival
- Prospect Watch: The Mets' Return for Ike Davis
in the National League's toughest division, six games behind the surging Brewers. While it's too early to be concerned, the Pirates acquired Ike Davis from the Mets to platoon with Gaby Sanchez. After years
- The Daily Grind: Eovaldi, Iglesias, Davis, Phillips
Two Ways to GPP
Daily DFS - Eovaldi and Bolsinger
GB / FB Splits
Tomorrow's Targets - Iglesias, Elias, Davis, Phillips
1. Two Ways to GPP
I focus all of my
- Wade Davis Might Want To Ditch His New Approach
As the 2011 season got under way, Tampa Bay locked up Wade Davis with long-term deal that could potentially keep him in a Rays uniform through 2017 while putting a total of over $36 million
- Chris Davis' Five Most Effortless Dinger Swings of the Season
Chris Davis has had power for as long as he's been a professional, and probably longer. His first year, in Low-A, he slugged .534. The next year he slugged .598. In Triple-A he slugged over .600
- On Chris Davis and How He Isn't Hitting Very Well
A fair amount has been written about both Chris Davis of the Baltimore Orioles and his season. Put simply, Davis has been a train wreck combined with a tire fire. He was the third-best hitter in all
- Joe West Ejected the UC Davis Pepper Spray Cop
By now the reader is likely to have seen photos or video of this riot cop who last week attempted to disperse a group of #Occupy protesters at the University of California, Davis by nonchalantly
- Chris Davis and Justin Turner: Deep League Waiver Wire
Chris Davis 1B | 5% Owned
Who else remembers Bill James' outrageous 2009 projection for Davis? While he showed good power with a .205 ISO and 19.6% HR/FB ratio, it is difficult
- Chris Davis: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?
According to our end of season valuations, Chris Davis was not only the most valuable first baseman but also the most valuable player in the game. And that's just based on production. When you
- Rajai Davis and Adam Lind: Using the Toronto DH Platoon
north of the border and using the DH spot from the Blue Jays.
Now that Brett Lawrie is back and Jose Bautista has returned to right field, Rajai Davis and Adam Lind will resume their place
- The Substance of Style & Mustache/Spectacles Package Deal
that's the case, then what must beleaguered and unappreciated former Twins reliever Ron Davis think of himself, and what is he saying?
What does Ron Davis think of himself and what is his message?